A Village situated on both sides of the River Trent in the Township of Seymour, County of Northumberland, C. W. distant from Trent Port, 30 miles from Belleville, 30 miles. Population about 150.
In the following Directory the names which appear in CAPITALS are those of subscribers to the work.
Alphabetical List Of Professions, Trades, &E.
RANNEY, G. W., farmer.
Boland, James, postmaster.
Bower, Rev. Mr., Church of England.
Cockburn, _______, general store.
Crippen, Samuel, carpenter arid builder.
Croak, John, grocer.
Culty, Michael. shoemaker.
Fraser, Wallace, blacksmith.
Fergus. Dr. P.
Gibb, Hugh, general store.
Hunter &. Dunwoodie, saw mill, 1 mile north of the village.
Hunter, Peter, carpenter and builder.
Long, John, shoemaker.
McCarthy, John, shoemaker.
McKechenie & Winans, general store.
Miller, Nicholas, innkeeper.
Morris, John, tailor.
Neil, Rev. Mr., Church of Scotland.
Nugent, Arthur, carpenter and builder,
Ogilvie, William, shoemaker.
Willman, Frs., innkeeper and carpenter.